State-by-State Roundup of Cars and Trucks Built in the U.S. Today

The U.S. has more automotive factories than it does states.


There are more than 50 automotive factories currently operating in the country. Together, they produce more than 120 models, with a few more on the way. That number — along with the total number of vehicles produced here — is likely to increase in the coming years as carmakers move EV production to the states to make their models eligible for the new EV tax credit. For now, here’s the list of some of the cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans assembled in the United States. (Note that automakers sometimes build popular models at two or more locations.)



Alabama Auto Plant in Lincoln

Honda Odyssey. Minivans are quintessentially American, so it makes sense Honda would build its here.

Honda Passport. Honda replaced the Passport with the Pilot in the 2000s only to revive the nameplate in 2019 to expand its crossover portfolio.

Honda Pilot. Honda redesigned its three-row crossover for 2023.

Honda Ridgeline. Honda’s only pickup was originally assembled in Canada.


Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama in Montgomery

Genesis Electrified GV70. The first Genesis to be assembled in the U.S. is also an EV.

Hyundai Elantra. New this year to the Elantra lineup is a 276-hp N model.

Hyundai Santa Cruz. Hyundai’s new Tucson-based pickup let the automaker jump into the small-truck segment.

Hyundai Santa Fe. This crossover is available with gas, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid powertrains.

Hyundai Tucson. The Tucson offers powertrains similar to the Santa Fe’s in a smaller package.


Mazda Toyota Manufacturing in Huntsville

Mazda CX-50. Introduced this year, this crossover marks Mazda’s return to U.S. manufacturing after a decade-long hiatus.

Toyota Corolla Cross. No relation to the Mazda that comes from the same factory.


Mercedes-Benz U.S. International in Vance

Mercedes-Benz EQE. This battery-powered four-door offers a so-called Hyperscreen display that stretches across the entire dashboard.

Mercedes-Benz EQS. It’s the S-Class of EV sedans.

Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class, GLE-Class Coupe. Mercedes has built the crossover formerly known as the M-Class here since it launched in the late ’90s.

Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class. Even the Maybach models are made here.




Lucid AMP-1 in Casa Grande

Lucid Air. The luxury EV brand’s first model is available with more than 1,000 hp and 500-plus miles of range.




Fremont Factory in Fremont

Tesla Model 3. Tesla’s smallest and least expensive model is also one of its most popular.

Tesla Model S. Sales of the Model S sedan have slowed since the introduction of the 3.

Tesla Model X. It’s Tesla’s only vehicle available with Falcon Wing doors.

Tesla Model Y. The company’s most popular U.S. offering is also built in Texas.


Karma Automotive Factory in Moreno Valley

Karma GS-6. This range-extended plug-in sports sedan has changed names twice, debuting as the Fisker Karma and then rechristened Karma Revero after Fisker was purchased.




Kia Georgia in West Point

Kia K5. Kia’s sleek midsizer offers a choice of turbocharged powertrains and available all-wheel drive.

Kia Sorento. This midsize crossover has a muscular look, with styling cues borrowed from the larger Telluride.

Kia Sportage. A recent addition to this plant’s roster, the compact member of the Kia crossover family received a redesign for 2023.

Kia Telluride. Despite the name, it’s not made in Colorado.




Belvidere Assembly Plant in Belvidere

Jeep Cherokee. True to its heritage, the Cherokee still offers a real four-wheel-drive system with a two-speed transfer case.


Chicago Assembly Plant in Chicago

Ford Explorer. In addition to the regular Explorer lineup, Ford makes a law enforcement-spec version of this midsize crossover called the Police Interceptor Utility. It’s also built here.

Lincoln Aviator. The luxury brand’s midsize crossover is merely a fancier Explorer.


Rivian Normal in Normal

Rivian R1S. The rugged EV startup’s first SUV is its second product.

Rivian R1T. Rivian’s debut vehicle, the R1T truck is also built at this former Mitsubishi plant.




Fort Wayne Assembly in Roanoke

Chevrolet Silverado 1500. Chevy’s full-size pickup was the third-bestselling vehicle lineup in 2021, as well as the third-bestselling truck.

GMC Sierra 1500. The GMC half-ton rolls down the same line as its Chevy sibling but to a smaller audience.


Indiana Auto Plant in Greensburg

Honda Civic hatchback. Eleventh-generation Civic sedans hail from Canada.

Honda CR-V, CR-V Hybrid. The Greensburg facility is one of two plants in the U.S. turning out Honda’s bestseller.


Subaru of Indiana Automotive in Lafayette

Subaru Ascent. The biggest Subaru is appropriately built in the heartland.

Subaru Impreza. Both hatchback and sedan versions of the Impreza are built here, while the related Crosstrek is assembled in Japan.

Subaru Legacy. Subie’s midsize sedan soldiers on in the shadow of its Outback wagon sibling.

Subaru Outback. Perhaps the platonic ideal of a Subaru, the all-wheel-drive Outback was made for tackling trails — particularly in the new Wilderness spec.


Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana, in Princeton

Toyota Highlander, Highlander Hybrid. Toyota replaced the three-row Highlander’s V6 with a turbo four-cylinder for 2023.

Toyota Sienna Hybrid. Another U.S.-focused Japanese minivan that’s assembled in the U.S.



Fairfax Assembly & Stamping in Kansas City

Cadillac XT4. Debuting for 2019, the XT4 is Caddy’s smallest crossover yet.

Chevrolet Malibu. The last domestic-brand midsize sedan might get a redesign in 2025.




Bowling Green Assembly in Bowling Green

Chevrolet Corvette. This sports car has been produced in Bowling Green since 1981. Check out the museum down the road if you visit.


Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville

Ford Expedition, Expedition Max. Ford offers this full-size three-row SUV in big and bigger varieties.

Ford F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550 Super Duty. Ford’s heavy-duty trucks recently underwent a heavy refresh, bringing more power and higher towing ratings.

Lincoln Navigator, Navigator L. As with the Expedition on which it’s based, the Navigator comes in two large sizes.


Louisville Assembly Plant in Louisville

Ford Escape. Ford’s popular compact crossover gets a handsome refresh for 2023.

Lincoln Corsair. The small Lincoln crossover also receives a face-lift for 2023. Sensing a pattern yet?


Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, in Georgetown

Lexus ES, ES Hybrid. This sedan is the only U.S.-made Lexus model.

Toyota Camry, Camry Hybrid. For 2022, the Camry holds onto its crown as the bestselling car (not crossover or truck) in the country.

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid. We’re talking about the traditional hybrid here; Toyota builds the plug-in RAV4 Prime in Canada.




Dearborn Truck Plant in Dearborn

Ford F-150, F-150 Raptor. Part of the F-Series lineup — the bestselling vehicles for years on end — Ford’s half-ton models recently welcomed a new electric variant and a Raptor R model with the Mustang GT500’s engine. Factory visitors can watch their assembly from a catwalk.

F-150 Lightning. Assembled in Ford’s new Rouge Electric Vehicle Center at the Truck Plant.


Detroit Assembly Complex, Jefferson, in Detroit

Dodge Durango. The current Durango is on its way out, but not before another brief run of the 710-hp Hellcat model.

Jeep Grand Cherokee. Jeep builds the two-row version of its bestseller here and at another Detroit plant.


Detroit Assembly Complex, Mack, in Detroit

Jeep Grand Cherokee, Grand Cherokee L. The three-row L model is new this generation, while the two-row model adds a 4xe plug-in variant.


Factory Zero Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly in Detroit

Chevrolet Silverado EV. Chevy’s answer to the Ford F-150 Lightning will offer a range of up to 400 miles.

GMC Sierra EV Denali. Production of the fancier, non-Hummer GMC electric pickup will come online soon.

GMC Hummer EV pickup. Weighing more than 9,000 pounds and packing up to 1,000 hp, the new Hummer is all kinds of outrageous.

GMC Hummer EV SUV. It’s like the pickup, but this one’s fully enclosed, and it offers up to 830 hp.


Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock

Ford Mustang. All the world’s two-door ponies come from this facility.


Flint Assembly in Flint

Chevrolet Silverado HD. Some of these heavy-duty trucks are capable of towing up to 36,000 pounds.

GMC Sierra HD. As with the Silverado HD, some of these can tow up to 36,000 pounds.


Lansing Delta Township in Lansing

Buick Enclave. The three-row Enclave is Buick’s largest model in its all-crossover lineup.

Chevrolet Traverse. The Traverse shares a platform with Buick’s Enclave and GMC’s Acadia, which will join these two at the Lansing plant.


Lansing Grand River Assembly in Lansing

Cadillac CT4. A couple of years ago, this small sports sedan replaced the ATS in Cadillac’s lineup and on the Lansing assembly line.

Cadillac CT5. Caddy’s slightly larger sports sedan can be had with a 668-hp 6.2-liter V8.

Chevrolet Camaro. Coupes, convertibles, four-cylinders, V8s all come from this factory.


Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne

Ford Ranger. The now-midsize Ranger pickup shares a platform with the reincarnated Bronco.

Ford Bronco. A new Raptor model offers 418 hp and the ability to conquer trails and obstacles of all sorts.


Orion Assembly in Lake Orion

Chevrolet Bolt EV. This is currently the most affordable EV on the market.

Chevrolet Bolt EUV. A little bigger than the Bolt EV, the EUV offers General Motors’ hands-free Super Cruise tech.

Chevrolet Silverado EV. Chevy’s electrified pickup isn’t even on sale yet, and it’s already slated for production at two factories.

GMC Sierra EV. As with the electric Silverado, GMC’s EV pickup will feature a midgate, allowing the bed to extend into the cabin.


Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Sterling Heights

Ram 1500. This is still the only half-ton truck to offer air suspension.


Warren Truck Assembly Plant in Warren

Jeep Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer. To make these very large SUVs, Jeep borrows the Ram 1500’s platform and tops it with varying levels of luxury and power in two lengths.

Ram 1500 Classic. The Classic moniker is a euphemism for “the last-generation model that we keep building.”




Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant in Canton

Nissan Altima. This midsize sedan sees a refresh for 2023 and will attempt to pick up the slack for the retired Maxima.

Nissan Frontier. With a fresh redesign for 2022, the Frontier is once again competitive in the midsize-truck segment.

Nissan Titan, Titan XD. Nissan’s full-size pickup comes in two strengths but no longer offers a diesel.


Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Mississippi in Blue Springs

Toyota Corolla. Just Corolla sedans coming out of this plant. The lower-volume hatchback models, including the new GR Corolla, are imported from Japan.


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Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo

Ford F-150. No Raptors or Lightnings, but Ford builds plenty of the country’s most loved trucks here.

Ford Transit, E-Transit. Transits with gas and electric powertrains flow from the same complex.


Wentzville Assembly in Wentzville

Chevrolet Colorado. A big redesign for 2023 gives the Colorado the modern tech it’s been lacking.

Chevrolet Express. Chevy’s big van soldiers on mostly unchanged.

GMC Canyon. Like the Colorado, GMC’s midsize pickup switches to a turbo-four-only lineup for 2023.

GMC Savana. The Savana and its Express sibling are the last models to use GM’s 4.3-liter V6.




East Liberty Auto Plant in East Liberty

Acura MDX. Acura extends the Type S treatment to this three-row crossover, giving it the same 355-hp turbocharged V6 and Super-Handling AWD system as the rowdiest TLX.

Acura RDX. Acura’s version of the Honda CR-V has a lot more power with a 272-hp turbo four.

Honda CR-V, CR-V Hybrid. The bestselling Honda boasts a new look and a larger cabin for 2023.


Marysville Auto Plant in Marysville

Acura TLX. Acura offers the TLX with up to 355 hp in the Type S variant.

Acura Integra. The Integra name is back, gracing the latest Civic-based Acura.

Honda Accord, Accord Hybrid. For 2023, Honda is really pushing the new Accord’s hybrid powertrain, making it standard on the top four of six trim levels.


Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake

Ford E-Series chassis. While the Econoline van made way for the Transit, you can still buy commercial-focused versions of the E-Series.

Ford F-350, F-450, F-550 Super Duty chassis cab. Leave the bed off a Super Duty and the customization options are nearly endless.

Ford F-650, F-750. Need a dump truck? Ford has you covered, making these two models in Ohio.


Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville

Acura TLX Type S PMC Edition. Acura’s PMC models come in exclusive paint colors and are assembled in the same place and by the same people who built the recently discontinued NSX.


Toledo Assembly Complex, Toledo North in Toledo

Jeep Wrangler. The off-roading icon has been built in Toledo, the brand’s ancestral home, since 1992.


Toledo Assembly Complex, Toledo Supplier Park in Toledo

Jeep Gladiator. Though it shares many parts with the Wranglers built down the road, the Gladiator rides on a Ram truck platform and gets its own assembly line.



South Carolina

BMW Manufacturing Plant Spartanburg in Spartanburg

BMW X3. The brand’s small SUV — but not its smallest, the X2 — offers an M Competition variant with 503 hp.

BMW X4. Add one to X3 and you get an X4, the same vehicle with its top rear corner hacked off and replaced with a sloping hatch.

BMW X5. BMW’s first crossover model is currently its bestseller.

BMW X6. Similar math as X3 to X4; the X6 is the coupe version of the X5.

BMW X7. The recently refreshed X7 is an X5 that’s been stretched to provide a more livable third row.

BMW XM. Coming in fall 2023, the M division’s first electrified model is a plug-in hybrid that makes 644 hp.


Mercedes-Benz Vans in Ladson

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. The first U.S.-market Sprinter vans were manufactured in Germany, disassembled, shipped to the U.S., and reassembled in South Carolina, all so Mercedes could avoid paying the so-called chicken tax. By building the vans in Ladson, Benz can skip this rigmarole.

Mercedes-Benz Metris. Benz’s small van bows out from the U.S. market after 2023.


South Carolina Factory in Ridgeville

Volvo S60. The S60 sedan is the only U.S.-built Volvo now and so far the only model to be built at this factory.

Volvo EX90. The electric XC90 replacement will come off a Ridgeville line sometime in 2023.

Polestar 3. While this model’s first stateside examples will come from China, Volvo’s electric sub-brand will begin to make the 3 crossover in the U.S. by 2024.




Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant in Smyrna

Infiniti QX60. The only Infiniti currently assembled in the U.S. shares much with Nissan’s Pathfinder, which is also built at the factory.

Nissan Leaf. Nissan’s first EV, the Leaf is expected to end production soon without a direct replacement, however, a larger EV, the Ariya, is made in Japan.

Nissan Maxima. Once the Maxima goes out of production after the 2023 model year, Nissan will have some more space to fill at Smyrna.

Nissan Murano. The brand’s midsize crossover relocated from Nissan’s assembly plant in Canton, Miss.

Nissan Pathfinder. The longer-than-Murano Nissan crossover received a much-needed redesign for 2022.

Nissan Rogue. This small crossover is the brand’s bestseller.


Spring Hill Manufacturing in Spring Hill

Cadillac XT5. Though outsold by the Escalade SUV, the XT5 is the most popular of Caddy’s crossovers.

Cadillac XT6. Basically a three-row XT5, the XT6 has more traditional SUV styling than its two-row sibling.

Cadillac Lyriq. The Lyriq is Cadillac’s first EV.

GMC Acadia. GMC’s larger crossover shares parts with the XT5 and XT6, which helps explain their collocation.


VW Chattanooga in Chattanooga

Volkswagen Atlas, Atlas Cross Sport. Both shapes of the Atlas crossover (blocky and coupelike) are built in Tennessee for consumption in all markets except China.

Volkswagen ID.4. VW recently gave the recently discontinued Passat’s assembly line to this crossover EV.




Arlington Assembly in Arlington

Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV. Caddy’s largest model is now available with a 682-hp V8.

Chevrolet Suburban. The classic American three-row SUV has been in so many movies, it has its own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Chevrolet Tahoe. Like a Suburban but not quite as long.

GMC Yukon, Yukon XL. Analogues to the Tahoe and Suburban, these GMC versions cost more.


Gigafactory Texas in Austin

Tesla Model Y. Tesla builds the Model Y at two U.S. sites. Those built in Austin will share the floor with the constantly delayed Cybertruck, if or when it goes into production.


Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, in San Antonio

Toyota Tundra. Fresh off a redesign, the full-size Toyota pickup now offers a hybrid powertrain.

Toyota Sequoia. The newly revised Tundra-based Sequoia SUV comes exclusively with the pickup’s hybridized twin-turbo V6.

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